The Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce has selected an accomplished group of honorees this year as part of its annual awards.
What began nearly a decade ago simply as a First Friday Art Walk, has slowly been transformed into an event that appeals to people of all ages and interests and draws crowds to downtown Camas.
The daily ringing of the paper mill’s Westminster chimes will have special meaning when they echo through downtown Camas on Saturday.
Today marked the first official campaign announcement made by a Camas-Washougal elected official about their intentions to run for re-election this year.
Two weeks ago, Washougal Mayor Sean Guard announced that he planned to spend seven days — 168 hours — camping next to the railroad tracks at 32nd Avenue and Main Street.
According to the Clark County Arts Commission, “The arts hold the power to inspire and enlighten. They influence the economy by creating jobs and ancillary services, stimulating tourism and raising tax revenues. The interdependence of artists supporting local businesses that have supported them is a win-win situation.”
There are few places on earth that compare to the rugged natural beauty that can be found all around in the Columbia River Gorge.
An organization that has helped thousands of children, adults and senior citizens over the years will earn some deserved recognition this week.
The lack of affordable housing continues to be an issue across the United States, and right here in Clark County.
Post-Record reporters could be seen scurrying to and from local high school sports practices during the past two weeks, conducting interviews with coaches and athletes and taking pictures for the annual Spring Sports Preview.